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the pacers. next up, your san antonio spurs game one, thursday night, here on abc. we'll get lara's pick in just a moment. >> predictions later. no, no, no, no. >> oh, predictions later. >> this is going to be a great series. >> i want you to synthesize the information. >> like we don't know where he's going with. thanks, josh. >>> to a frantic search by the fbi as they investigate the kidnapping of a marine, his father and uncle in mexico. a call for the public's help and tips coming in two weeks after the men were taken at gunpoint. abc's pierre thomas has the latest from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, robin. today, it's a race against time to find that former marine who vanished after being taken at the point of a gun. this morning, the search continues for armando torres iii, his father and uncle. torres had gone to visit his father's ranch just inside mexico, may 14th, when armed gunmen snatched all three men. they have not been seen or heard from since. >> it's just shocking, you know, because you don't want to believe it. my cousin called me. she told
here. and happy birthday to lara. >> oh, happy birthday. >> thanks, everybody. >> that's amazing. >> happy to have another year. thank you very much. >>> and now, we continue. it has been one of -- i did. i'm shy for one of the rare occasions. it has been one of the top search stories everywhere on line this week. kim and kanye's new baby. we have the brand-new details. what kim is saying right now about being a new mom. >> brand-new details that are kind of scary. >> yeah. >> happy birthday, lara. >> thanks, josh. thank you. >> happy birthday. >>> and just for you, lara, this story ahead. a former u.s. marine, almost killed on the battlefield, fought for his life. won that fight. recovered and has a model new career that's piqued the interest of several of my colleagues here in the studio. >> happy birthday, lara. >> happy birthday to you. >> thank you, america. >>> and from great pictures to gorgeous kelly rowland in the studio. we're going to hear a song, right? >> absolutely. >> and we're going to talk about -- she talked about her personal struggles. she grew up in the music
with a track hoe 90 minutes later. >>> and finally, lara, you love free things. this is for you. you've heard of paying it forward. what about kissing it forward? let's check out what this is about. a cafe in sydney allowing customers to pay for their coffee with a kiss. the kiss must be genuine, real. can't be given to the staff. i wish you could see lara's face right now. you have to kiss someone else. the cafe says it wants to bring romance back. that promotion good for two hours a day, and it's catching on, so pucker up, everybody. would you do it? >> significant other and -- >> and free coffee. >> would you do it? >> you know, when you need a cup of coffee, you need a cup of coffee. >> you need a cup. >> oh, good to have you back, lara. and "pop news." >> thank you, miss robin roberts. good friday morning to you all, and we begin with brad pitt. what a busy guy yesterday on a whirlwind tour masked in secrecy, he surprised fans at screenings for his new film "world war z" across the country. we're not talking one screening, we're talking multiple stops. the first one in atlanta, then he w
news," lara. >> i would love to, robin. >>> we have a "gma" exclusive to begin with. remember we showed you pictures of naomi watts in character back in the fall. the trailer's about to come out. we're giving you our "gma" viewers, the very first look. go for it. ♪ there she is. watts, becoming diana, as the film covers the final years of the people's princess' life and her secret love affair. the movie inspired by the book "diana: her last love." it comes out this fall. and it's being buzzed about all ready. >> lot of people talked about it. >> we all watched her grow up. this is something we're going to be tough about. does she do it exactly right? >> right. >> big decision to take on this role. we'll be looking forward to that. we thank you for giving that to us. >>> and oprah winfrey has spent her entire career listening to people's stories. and now, she's putting her money where her heart is. so passionate about honoring the contributions of african-americans to our nation, she's donating $12 million to the smithsonian for their new national museum of african-american history and
, to continue to fight for tougher gun laws. and, lara, you sat down with some of these parents. and for them, this is a fight they intend to see through to the very last. >> remarkable, remarkable people. and in the six months since the newtown shootings, there have been nearly 5,000 more gun deaths in our country. the families of those lost in the sandy hook school have made it their mission to change that. to mark the anniversary, many of them were in washington to meet with delegates and president obama, who promises to fight alongside them. they were there to remember those lost. >> ana marquez green. age 6. >> reporter: and vowed to never forget. >> i have grief not only for my family but also for the eight families today that will suffer a loss of a child due to gun violence in this country. >> reporter: resuming their fight to lobby congress for stricter gun laws, after the senate voted down their background check provision in april. i know you were disappointed. but you said you are not defeated. >> we're in mile one of a marathon. so, we're going to continue to work for this. and we
're still celebrating down in miami. rightfully so. >> yeah. i don't know. nice job, lara. well done, you. a thrilling game seven. ending a great series. >> what a series. >> it was all things. but in the end, the championship stays in miami for a second-consecutive year. lebron james, getting it done. we will hear from all of them this morning. >> mvp, king james. >>> we're going to keep a close eye on the markets this morning, after the deep dip on thursday. we're live at the new york stock exchange, for the latest on all that. >> we do want to get there. >>> but let's get back to miami, if only we all could. a thrilling finish to the nba finals. the heat, beating the spurs in a tense and at times chaotic game seven. they did it again. needing to beat san antonio twice at home to defend its title, the heat triumphed, 95-88, in a game that took everything from both teams. >> the hardest series we ever had to play. but you know, we're a resilient team. and we did whatever it took. >> reporter: an intense and sometimes sloppy affair that was close throughout. the sport's best player was ju
. >> hanging out in the rain with us. i love that. so we'll go inside to -- >> all: lara! >> thank you so much. >>> and here's a look at what is coming up on our "gma" morning menu. angelina in the spotlight for the first time since her surgery. what brad told our reporter one on one. >>> the abcs of a bra revolution. the new changes that could alter the way we all get fitted. >>> former "bachelorette" meredith phillips opens up about a secret struggle with alcoholism. all that and so much more coming up live on "gma." [ cheers and applause ] mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004. vietnam in 1972. [ all ] fort benning, georgia in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve military members, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. our ships are designed for wow. ♪ oh ♪ sometimes ♪ i get a good feeling ♪ yeah ♪ get a feeling that i never, never, never,
to who? >> lara. >> that's right. >> thank you, caitlin. >>> here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." we have the latest on the shocking pictures of celebrity chef nigella lawson and her millionaire husband. what he says really happened. >>> movie star gabrielle union confessing that she was a real-life mean girl and why she's not anymore. >>> the superstar channing tatum is with us live. all that and india.arie, live on "good morning america." >>> "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by the makers of centrum, the most recommended, preferred and studied multivitamin brand. goals: help the gulf recover, and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i've been with bp for 24 years. i was part of the team that helped deliver on our commitments to the gulf - and i can tell you, safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge safety equipment and technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all our drilling activity, twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've lear
lawyer. gio benitez is here to explain. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning, lara. you've probably never seen a court hearing quite like this. a south florida judge lashing out at the former football star. and that courtroom drama landed him back in the slammer. this morning, chad johnson, whose contract was terminated by the miami dolphin is behind bars for something he and so many other players do on the field every week. that winning pat on the rear. a tmz camera was in court monday, when the 35-year-old was making a deal with prosecutors. no jail time in exchange for counseling and community service. >> are you satisfied with the assistance of your attorney? >> he's awesome. >> you should be. he's an excellent attorney. he did a good job. >> reporter: johnson was accused of head-butting his then-wife last year. he was backprobation. and then, that quick pat. laughter and giggles from others in court. but the judge was not amused. >> mr. johnson, i don't know if you're taking this whole thing seriously. i just saw you slap your attorney on the backside. is there some
estuvo detenido por inmigración, dice que esta listo para conseguir la victoria el sábado >>lara es un peleador bien bueno, tiene un estilo controversial, problematico, boxea mucho, estilo cubano, pero hemos hecho un gran trabajo para descifrar esa noche su estilo >>y una cantidad de panameños recibieron al tricolor de manera amable, para enfrentarse el sábado al rival. ya los boletos estan agotados para el estado rommel fernandez. >>y béisbol de las grandes ligas, una clinica asegura haber vendido a jugadores medicina para mejorar su desempeño, es la biomedical américa.. >>y habrina ofrecido 8 millones de dólares por gio el mexicano, con esto nos vamos. >>y continuamos con el compromiso de influenciar una vida más saludable >>unete al reto, es una invitacion para que lo pasemos bien juntos y hagamos ejercicio. >>zumba durante el mes de junio. >>el viernes 7 de junio de 17 18:30 en aocland, vengan que vamos a bailar zumba todos juntos. >>no me lo pierdo. >>un gato se ha convertido en alcalde de una ciudad de méxico, al volver le contamos. el 7 de julio habra elecciones en jala
en varias ocasiones, lara se quedó con el duelo por knockout tecnico >> rafael nadal hizo historia ganando octavo roland garros frente a david ferrer >> malis dio la gran sorpresa en el hipismo >> la selección mexicana de fútbol cerró sus entrenamientos, el chepo dijo que la victoria es una necesidad, y los ticos vienen optimistas para sacra un buen resultado >> hemos trabajado para complementar el gran ataque de méxico, igual es un buen lado izquierda, nosotros supimos contrarrestar eso >> es un partido para ir a seguir tomando confianza en la eliminatoria, puede ser 1 o 3 y crecrer como seleccion >> le sigue lloviendo mojado a chadf5, después de darle una nalgada a su abogado, y aunque pidio disculpas no se salvó de ir a la cárcel, dice que hay maderas que no agaran barniz >> ¿cómo vez el partido de mañana? >> de nalgadita >> difícil >> gracias william >> es posible que en el sur de la bahia alguien le pegue al gordo, dicen que se vendio un supermercado ganador en el supermercado lion >> compro un boleto del fantasy 5 sorteado al sábado y le atinó a todos los númer
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the golden ticket. >>> i wonder what she says. good morning, everyone, on this friday eve. lara is off today. good to have paula faris here with us and as always we have a lot to get to including that exclusive report overnight that the national security agency has been collecting customer phone records for millions of americans. >> a record of every single verizon phone call. we'll talk to jonathan karl about that. >>> first to sam in clearwater. so much of the state bracing for tropical storm andrea and, sam,
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you very much and as we've been saying, the trial should last two to four weeks. >>> get over to lara now. and we were holding our breath last night. >> indeed, it was tough to watch. now we have the latest death-defying feat by nik wallenda. he crossed over niagara falls last year in a dramatic and record-setting feat. now he's done it again except this time he walked 1500 feet over a gorge near the grand canyon in arizona late sunday. no safety net, no harness and high winds whipping all around him. >> praise you, god. >> reporter: it was the pulse-pounding, heart-stopping walk of his life. filled with words of prayer. nik wallenda put his life literally on the line to be the first person to cross a gorge near the grand canyon. >> help me to relax, lord. >> reporter: with no safety harness, just his skill and balance, the 34-year-old inched his way across hell hole bend, an area known as the little grand canyon, just east of the grand canyon national park. >> it's hard to relax when you're 1500 feet above the canyon. >> reporter: wallenda was slow and steady, surviving on just a two
right now. yeah, there's that. more of that. i know you went -- i know. we just went through it. lara is like even then. even then for sure -- yeah, pretty much, lara, that's an indicator of the entire eastern seaboard picking up that rain. some of this rain will come in stronger storms though so you've got to pay attention in the areas located in the red zone. we think it's basically washington, d.c., richmond, raleigh, but let's move west to nashville, in the red spots we think there's a slight risk of not only the lightning we've seen in philadelphia in the last hour but even a little bit of hail and gusty winds and the possibility of a pop-up tornado in one or two of those storms. so, you've got to pay attention. here's where the heat spreads east. incredible numbers in the desert southwest even though it's slightly cooler from san diego to seattle, now this heat is transferring itself. kansas city gets into the 90s, >>> good morning. some scattered showers are possible now through the early afternoon hours, eve an clap of thunder across the north bay. that would be the best area.
at the show. linsey, do tell. >> reporter: morning friendly, that's right. good morning, lara. au naturel in nature. this is not your grandpa's reality survival series. the discovery channel is upping the ante all dressed up in their birthday suits in their quest to survive, participants may first need to find some fig leafs. they're complete strangers dropped into one of the remote regions on earth forced to live off the land often under brutal conditions. >> all i'm trying to do is survive. >> reporter: and if all that weren't bad enough, they're both naked. >> i don't want to be here anymore. >> reporter: in what just may be the most real reality show yet, the discovery channel's newest show "naked and afraid" is stripping down the reality genre. >> naked in the land of venomous snakes. god, we are so screwed. >> reporter: each week a different pair of strangers, one man and one woman, will be left stranded for 21 days with nothing but determination and survival skills. they must hunt or staff -- scavage for anything that eat, drink or, yes, wear. >> this would make the third night it'
with a kiss. the kiss must be genuine, real. can't be given to the staff. i wish you could see lara's face. you have to kiss someone else. it wants to bring romance back. that promotion good for two hours a day and it's catching on, so pucker up, everybody. would you do it? >> significant other and -- >> free coffee. >> would you do it? >> when you need a cup of coffee, you need a cup of coffee. >> oh, good to have you back, lara. and "pop news." >> thank you, miss robin roberts. good friday morning to you and begin with brad pitt. what a busy guy yesterday on a whirlwind tour masked in secrecy he surprised fans at screenings for his new film "world war z" across the country. we're not talking one screening, we're talking multiple stops. first one in atlanta then he went to philadelphia then he went to chicago and then he went to austin, texas. all in one day to say, thank you to his fans. the fans blown away to see the star in the flesh. and you know what, so are we. brad pitt will be here on "gma" live on monday, june 17th. that's an early birthday present for moi. >> happy birthday. i'm
live. >>> good morning america. robin and lara off today, great to have amy with us, paula with us here. those storms, take a look. lightning strike overnight, direct hit on the willis tower in chicago. now huge storms heading for the east coast. sam, how bad is it going to get? >> we can say not as bad yesterday as we anticipate buddha a whole range of storms. and all over the eastern seaboard. we already have tornado watches and warnings we think will be issued. a severe thunderstorm watch out now that includes the d.c. area. so, yesterday, let's get to what we thought would happen. we thought it would be much worse but we're already looking at about 280, almost 300 storm reports, 18 tornadoes, so this was bad enough. thankfully, we've got this out of this area and now we squeeze it east. but the problem is, from washington, d.c., all of the way north you have to watch out for stuff that happens similar to what happened yesterday. a series of severe storms spawned tornadoes 80-mile-an-hour straight-line winds and golf ball-sized hail. this town, belmont, iowa, seeing extensive damage.
the evening. it does >> we are live in times square. let's go back inside to -- >> lara. >> lara. >> all right. thank you, guys. here's what's coming up on our "good morning america" "gma" "morning menu." why trying to bag a bargain purse could land you behind bars. >>> also coming up, kitchen nightmares. why gordon ramsay's former employees are taking him to court. >>> and how britney spears got her bod back. her trainer reveals her secrets to getting in bikini shape. all that coming up live on "good morning america." hey, it's dog v. dog. stay with us. >>> "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by the makers of centrum, the most recommended, preferred and studied multivitamin brand. open up! we have come for the foul, unholy beast! the one with the red markings! the miracle whip? stand aside that we may burn it! [ indistinct shouting ] have you ever tried it? it's actually quite sweet. and tangy. ♪ i like sweet things. [ man ] shut up, henry. ♪ get whatever you want, baby. let's just share a 20 piece. [ internal ] 20 mcnuggets, for only $4.99? oh man. she's beautiful, smart and sensible.
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what she says. good morning, everyone, on this friday eve. lara is off today. good to have paula faris here with us, and as always we have a lot to get to including that explosive report overnight that the national security agency has been collecting customer phone records for millions of americans. >> a record of every single verizon phone call. we'll talk to jonathan karl about that. >> first let's get to sam in clear water, florida. so much of the state bracing for tropical storm andrea and, sam, you've already had tornado warnings this morning. >> we've had tornado warnings all around us this morning. it's exactly what you expect when these feeder bands of the storm start to work off the gulf and onshore through southern and central florida. now, let's get adjusted to where the storm is. the first named storm of this hurricane season came before got a week into this season. this is the radar showing you the center of that storm about 200 miles off the shore where we are right now, and look at these enormous bands of storms. the first one that came through florida, doing damage, as
, lara embry, are planning to divorce according to "people" magazine. the "glee" star, 52 years old, embry, 44, met at a 2009 fund-raiser. she was being honored at that, the "glee" star. a year later they were married in massachusetts but it didn't work out. lara and i have decided to end our marriage. in a difficult decision for each other. we care deeply for each other and we ask for privacy as we deal with this family matter. >> that's too bad. seem like a happy couple. >>> we've seen on hbo "behind the candelabra" about liberace's life. there was a book also and written by scott thorson, the former lover of liberace. well, he has come out to say that there was a whole lot of other things that these guys were also involved in, him especially, was the secret lover of michael jackson. >> really? >> so he claims, liberace introduced me to jackson in the late '70s when "thriller" was coming out and he and michael became lovers. he talked about this in the national enquirer in 2004 where he said they climbed into bed together and had an hour-long love-making session. jackson's attorne
're going to keep moving on and we're going to move to team c, mental health and veterans. lara star. >> hi good afternoon and thank you for giving me an opportunity to talk to you guys all again. it's always a pleasure to be back. good to see you all. the offices have moved, so we're not nearly as close as we were in the past and i think you can't have a conversation in regards to mental health and not in addition, have the conversation of how that intersects with the veteran population? so i am thankful it was allowed to continue to be part of the agenda and that we continue the conversation, and that the conversations that happened in the disability world don't exclude the conversations that also need to happen within the veteran community. so thank you again. in keeping with the mental health awareness month, the national center of ptsd has june 27 as the post traumatic stress disorder day and for the entire community to realize the issues revolving around post traumatic stress disorder. in keeping with the language, . post traumatic stress disorder and that post traumatic stress diso
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this for the experience, lara. >> yeah, and all the fun they get to have, right? >> you're going on set. >> yeah. >> i quit. i am well clothed and terrified. >> all right. there you have it. but if you would like to see "naked and afraid" tune in to discovery channel premiering this sunday. >>> was it the craziest moment ever on an awards show? so what happens when aisha tyler has to say and the winner is -- you won't believe it. whoa, whoa. >> this winner is not in this category. >> there you go. that was the story. >> before i go, "play of the day," it's quite a swing. just freeze it right here. blah, blah, blah. then goes home... a mother sees the light... a son explores new worlds... and a father finds himself... face to face with himself... only smoother... epic shaves... epic picture... and epic fun... your destination for man of steel... walmart. enjoy the whole family at a homewood suites, schedule a 5 o'clock meeting at a hilton garden inn, or hit the links at a waldorf astoria. get great rates at our ten top hotel brands during the great getaway. book now at hiltongreatgetaways.com. during t
. >>> lara off today. welcome to linsey davis. >> good to have you here, linsey. >>> also coming up, jodi arias, headed back to court for a new hearing. why the judge wants to hear from attorneys in the case today. >>> and the growing controversy for celebrity southern chef paula deen, over racist slurs she admits to using. much more to get to on this. >>> and there's a problem with working out that maybe we spend too much time on it? maybe you need to spend four minutes. maybe that's what you're not going right. we'll do it for four minutes and see if it works. i don't know. >> yeah. >> four minutes like that. >> thanks. >>> we're going to start with jodi arias, as robin said, back in court this morning. the judge trying to determine if she gets the death penalty wants to hear from the lawyers in the case. and ryan owens is at the phoenix courthouse where the hearing will take place. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. ready or not, jodi arias will be back in this courthouse in a couple of hours. less than a month if a jury could not decide if she should live or
a look at what life was like growing up. michael jackson's son is on the stand in a dramatic trial. lara off today. great to have linsey davis here. >> happy to be here. >>> also, the latest on aaron hernandez, waking up behind bars this morning. why a piece of bubble gum at the crime scene may have led to his arrest. >> and why he's a former new england patriot. >>> also ahead, the vitamin fix. is the key to boosting your energy, hooking up to an i.v. drip at the doctor's office? i hope it does not. >> there has to be a way that doesn't involve needles. >>> and emma watson, cast in the harry potter movies at the age of 9, and now, she's speaking out on hollywood excess. >>> let's get right to the aaron hernandez story. abc's john schriffen is in north dartmouth, massachusetts. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, george. >> reporter: this is aaron hernandez's reality now. he woke up this morning in a jail cell this morning all by himself. he was charged with murder, released by the new england patriots and the judge denying him bail. >> your honor, the defendant is charged wit
in for lara spencer today, for news that goes pop. >> that's right. snap, crackle, pop. time to do it. let's start with the video that's gone wildly viral from bonnie mckee. she's the 28-year-old that you think you never heard of, but actually, she's behind some songs you heard. she just put out a new single, "american girl." take a listen. ♪ i'm ready to go i'm >> like katy perry, mouthing the words. she co-wrote "california girls" and "firework." and her new video scored a million views in just 24 hours. it's not just katy perry, but also keisha, joan rivers, and even george takei, all showing up. it looks like it's already a smash. i love joan rivers. >> when you get sulu in there, that's a hit in the making. >> we don't see her in there. >> i think actually she may make an appearance, yes. we just don't know who she is because we haven't seen her before. >> follow-up-free zone. >> i will not say another thing during the "pop news." >>> beyonce, sharing some striking, new snapshots of life with blue ivy. her daughter, looking like a princess there. and reaching up to touch mom's nose.
.m. eastern time. thanks for watching us. i'm lara ingram. i'm in for bill o'reilly. please r >> it is tuesday june 25th. a lot of news to get to this morning chth beginning with this, new overnight. lightening strikes a boy scouts camp injuring 2 dozen scouts. we will have details of how they are recovering. >> the irs completes an investigation of itself concluding it did nothing wrong. conservative groups weren't the only ones targeted by the agency. >> can't get to sleep on sunday night? you are not alone. the real reason that day out of all of the others is the worst to get a good night's rest. f "fox & friends first" starts right now. >> we be long in new york city giving you the news this morning. i am angsly air heart. >> great song so start the morning. thank y i am heather childers. thank you for starting your day with us. the top five stories making news at this hour. late last night a fun trip turns into a nightmare for dozens of bow scouts in new hampshire, a 23 -- 23 had electric shock burns during a massive thunderstorm. fire officials say the group was taking shelter under the
davis, this wife is ready to name names. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, lara. campaign season is almost alabama is apparently synonymous with strippers and scantily clad women according to one senator and his wife who is fed up. she is not playing -- she's so perturbed taken to facebook to warn women to stay away from her man or else. it's the social media post heard around the world. alabama senator shadrack mcgill's wife heather lashing out on her husband's facebook page against women who she claims are soliciting her husband for sex. i have been silent for long enough, she writes. no more. multiple times since being in office he's gotten e-mails from women who may not even be real inviting him to explore, also sending pictures of themselves. >> shad mcgill is a successful businessman, committed husband and christian leader. >> reporter: during his 2010 campaign mcgill says strippers arrived at his family's home in the middle of the night and since being elected mcgill received numerous photos on facebook of scantily clad women, overnight the couple sat down together
aaron hernandez. for more here's lara spencer in pop news. >> 700 other members of hollywood royalty the dress was the real star of the day, according to christie's auction house. there would be seven other wedding dresses worn by elizabeth. this one is the biggie. she wore it in the movie "father of the bride." it's expected to fetch $100,000. >> her marriage to larry, the dress wasn't white. >>> in other pop news, it's about time hollywood has discovered -- rediscovered one of the great children's book series of all times. warner brothers is in final negotiations to put up the movie rights of the encyclopedia brown books. levi brown, sally kimble, they solved crimes. this won't be the first time that hollywood tried to make a go of it. back in the early '80s they tinkered with the idea of chevy chase and goldie hawn, it never happened. >>> and finally in pop news on this wonderful wednesday, we celebrate, two frisky felines on -- first you heard of the cat in the hat, please, meet the cat on the head. as we know, all cats love fish. sometimes, they have a hard time staying away fro
for picks. lara is out. >> okay. >> but she's already -- she is going to be going with sam. they're both taking the miami heat. >> i'll take the heat because they promised not one, not two but seven championships. >> paula is in for the heat. >> four of us. >> all right. >> we have to for balance. >> let's go. we'll go spurs. >> spurs. >> you guys know what you're doing. >> it's going to be a great series and grant hill will be here later. >> in just a bit. >> the real expert. >>> we'll turn to that powerball surprise. the big winner of a $590 million jackpot comes forward. got a lucky ticket after another player said, "after you." paula faris has the story. >> and the winner of the $590 million jackpot is mrs. gloria c. mackenzie, 84 years of age. >> reporter: after more thank two weeks of intrigue, the $590 million mystery is over. the largest single winner in the history of american lotteries is a quiet retiree, an octogenarian, mother of four who bought the lucky ticket at her local florida supermarket. she dodged the press after claiming her prize but offered this little nugget thro
.m. eastern time. thanks for watching us. i'm lara ingram. i'm in for bill o'reilly. please remember the spin is right here because we're always looking out four. >>> welcome back to hannity tonight the congress voted to the comprehensive immigration bill. the final vote could come in the next week. this border surge amendment was added on friday to the already 1100 page bill and senator jeff sessions pointed out prior to tonight's vote no one has had time to read this thing. >> us senators haven't had a chance to read the bill to see how the merge language falls throughout the legislation. see what other changes may have been made over the weekend. i was here. we've been trying to get through
listen to my podcast 3:00 p.m. eastern time. thanks for watching us. i'm lara ingram. i'm in for bill o'reilly. please remember the spin is right here because we're always looking out four. >>> welcome back to hannity tonight the congress voted to the comprehensive immigration bill. the final vote could come in the next week. this border surge amendment was added on friday to the already 1100 page bill and senator jeff sessions pointed out prior to tonight's vote no one has had time to read this thing. >> us senators haven't had a chance to read the bill to see how the merge language falls throughout the legislation. see what other changes may have been made over the weekend. i was here. we've been trying to get through this. but it's not easy. i'm sure my colleagues haven't been able to do so. >> now that issue alone should make americans very cautious but let's take a deeper look why many people are upset about this bill. for starters one of the co-sponsors of the amendment bob corker admitted it does little to help interior security. he says i do wish this amendment h
never seem to be able to take it. but as lara logan reported in 2005, there are millions of people who take endless vacations in the summer-- a month, two months, even more. and we're not talking about the idle rich. these are government employees, blue collar workers, office clerks. what's their secret? they live in france. >> stephane marchand is a senior economics editor at the french newspaper le figaro. >> in my line of job, i am a journalist working with french newspaper. we have eight weeks of vacation. >> eight weeks of vacation? >> eight weeks, yes. i know it maybe surprising for you because i know in the u.s. you might have only two or three if you are lucky. but we have eight. >> like most frenchmen, marchand has no guilt about taking so much time off. in fact, it's the law. full-time workers in france are guaranteed at least five week's vacation, guaranteed those long lazy days in the sun and leisurely lunches in outdoor cafes. on top of the five weeks, there are another dozen public holidays and a maximum 35-hour work week with no paid overtime allowed. managers like march
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